From Basel, Switzerland there's a Friday bus (20 hours).
From Belgrade there are two nightly buses (12 hours).
From Vienna there are three daily buses (14 hours).
From Munich there are three daily buses (12 hours).
From Medugorje and Sarajevo (Bosnia-Hercegovina) there are four daily buses (eight hours).
From Mostar there are six daily buses (four hours).
From Trieste there's one afternoon bus (11 hours).
From Ljubljana there's one evening bus (nine hours).
From Prague there are three daily buses (20 hours).
International buses can be booked online at busradar.com
There's hardly a city in Croatia that isn't connected to Split by bus. For example, there are:
12 daily buses to Dubrovnik (4 hours) Book Now
three daily buses to Pula ( 10 hours) Book Now
seven daily buses to Rijeka (8 hours) Book Now
four daily buses to Plitvice (4 hours) Book Now
one daily bus to Korcula (5 hours) Book Now
11 daily buses to Zagreb (6 hours) Book Now
buses half-hourly to Sibenik (1 1/2 hours) and Zadar ( 3 hours) Book Now
Most buses can be booked online at Autotrans. When you travel south from Split to Dubrovnik by bus you'll pass through a strip of Bosnian territory at Neum. Have your passport handy; it may be checked. There are no other border formalities.
The most reliable source of information on buses to and from Split is at the Split bus station. The bus station is open long hours and there's a left-luggage office. All of the timetables, companies and prices are on the website but for online booking see Autotrans.
Last updated October 3, 2017
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